NFVCB Warns Against Releasing Unclassified Music Videos, Skits, and Films

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The National Films and Videos Censors Board (NFVCB) has issued a warning that releasing music videos, skits, and films without its classification is illegal.

The NFVCB’s classification system assigns age ratings and content advisories to audiovisual content, helping families make informed viewing choices and protecting children from inappropriate material.

NFVCB Director General Shaibu Husseini recently announced that the board’s classification requirements now include music videos and skits.

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In a statement released on Wednesday, Husseini cautioned content creators against distributing unclassified material.

“It is an offense to distribute or exhibit any film, video content, music videos, or skits on any platform without first obtaining classification from the National Film and Video Censors Board. We are working with relevant security agencies to track and prosecute any individuals or production companies involved,” he said.

The board also condemned the promotion and distribution of same-sex content on the internet, emphasizing that publicly exhibiting same-sex relationships is illegal in Nigeria.

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